by Bryan Golden During the gold rush of the 1800’s one fellow, Roger, headed West, bought a claim, and started digging for gold. After a few weeks of excavating, Roger hit pay dirt. The vein he struck was fairly substantial, yielding a consistent amount of the precious metal. Roger didn’t get rich but he certainly [...]
by Bryan Golden Suppose you know nothing about the ocean. One day you make your first visit to the beach. You stay there for six hours and watch with amazement as the water level drops. Not understanding the tide pattern, you would be alarmed that sea level is dropping due to an unknown cause. In [...]
By David White
One of the hottest winemakers in France is Jerome Bressy, the proprietor of Domaine Gourt de Mautens the Southern Rhone village of Rasteau.
Over the past decade, he’s developed quite a reputation. American wine critic Robert Parker has called his winery “sensational,” and France’s two leading wine commentators, Michel Bettane and Thierry [...]
All of our actions have consequences. This relationship is as dependable as the ripples created by throwing a pebble into a lake. Consequences can be either good or bad. Problems arise when we don’t think about or recognize the consequences of our actions.
When you are [...]